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New Miami restaurants include Izzy’s Brooklyn Smokehouse, Terras, and No Man’s Land

The latest round of restaurant openings in Miami includes the transplant of Izzy’s Brooklyn Smokehouse in New York City, a new cocktail bar and restaurant in Fort Lauderdale called No Man’s Land, and the reopening of Life House’s Terra rooftop restaurant in South Beach.

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Circle House Coffee serves homemade pastries as well as a wide selection of coffee.

Photo courtesy of Circle House Coffee

Circle House Coffee

119 W, Auckland Park Boulevard, Auckland Park
954-870-6456
Circlehousecoffee.com

Former NFL player Stephen Tulloch has opened his second location at Circle House Coffee in Fort Lauderdale. The café often collaborates with other businesses in the community to raise and donate funds to local and global charities. Known for its CBD-infused beverages, hot and iced teas, vegan-friendly beverage options, and “drinkable selfies,” the Circle House’s indoor foam printing machine allows for customizable latte art. Pair your drink with a delicious dessert—cakes, waffles, or Mojo Donuts—or with something more substantial than homemade sandwiches, wraps, and empanadas. Open Monday-Friday 5:30am-3pm and 6am-3pm Saturday and Sunday.

Click to enlarge Founder of Izzy's Brooklyn Smokehouse and head of pit Sruli "easy" Edelman brings his kosher concept to Miami.  - Image courtesy of IZZY'S BROOKLYN SMOKEUSE

Brooklyn Smokehouse founder and pit manager, Sruli “Izzy” Eidelman, brings his kosher concept to Miami.

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Smoke House Brooklyn by Easy

3585 Northeast 207 Aventura Street
305-690-7103
izzyssmokehouse.com

Finding good barbecue in Miami is made easier thanks to Izzy’s chef/owner Brooklyn Smokehouse, Sruli “Izzy” Eidelman. The Brooklyn-born chief excavator recently opened his third location—and the first in Florida—in Aventura. The newly renovated space serves high-quality meat smoked on the premises in a smoker made entirely of wood and finished in the pit of a live-fire wood-burning oven. Described as Texas-style with a Brooklyn Jewish touch, the menu is 100 percent kosher and features brisket, beef ribs, turkey, chicken, and more. Open from Sunday to Thursday from 5 pm to 10 pm

Click to enlarge No Man's Land is the newest cocktail bar and restaurant to open in Fort Lauderdale.  - Photo by Shelby Cooper

No Man’s Land is the newest cocktail bar and restaurant to open in Fort Lauderdale.

Photography by Shelby Cooper

barren land

666 Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale,
954-368-2616
nomanslandftl.com

The newest restaurant and cocktail bar has opened in Fort Lauderdale. Big brother Star Memphis Garrett, founder of Garrett Hospitality Group, has opened No Man’s Land, an intimate venue that replaces the previous Poke House concept. While mixologist-led bar program Chevy Farrell takes center stage here, don’t miss out on Executive Chef Austin Blake’s dining opportunity for popular cocktails, such as the “Foie Gras Old Fashioned.” Demerara brioche) and “Miami Vice” (strawberry plantation with coconut whipped cream). Open Sunday to Wednesday 5pm to midnight, Thursday to Saturday 5pm to 2am

Click to enlarge Terras is now open at Life House Miami.  - Images courtesy of TERRAS

Terras is now open at Life House Miami.

Image courtesy of Terras

terrace

528 SW Ninth Ave. Miami (at the Life House Hotel)
786-574-3775
lifehousehotels.com

The Life House, a 1920s historic landmark located just minutes from Calle Ocho in Little Havana, has reopened, along with the hotel’s rooftop restaurant and cocktail bar, Terras. Terras offers a menu of elevated urban street food with dishes inspired by Latin America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Designed to evoke the feeling of being in an urban rooftop garden, the all-day menu features shareable dishes such as Alcapurrias, pork or vegan mole, tacos and ceviche served tapas style to highlight the communal vibe of the space served alongside cocktails featuring freshly squeezed juices. Hand-picked appetizers. Open Mondays and Tuesdays 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesdays 8 a.m. to midnight, Fridays and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., and 8 a.m. to midnight Sunday.

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